Seven goals to one!? Not only was Manchester United's performance technically and tactically impeccable (fast on the attack, compact in defense, and working as a full eleven men), but they were absolutely inspired. I'm not a Man Utd fan or anything but it's hard to begrudge the team respect for their stellar performances this season. And I feel for Roma--being a fan of Arsenal (who've beat the Red Devils twice in 06/07, so ha!), I have great sympathy right now for a superb team performing poorly. (The one bright spot for Roma is that their single goal was actually quite superb, even if painfully small consolation considering Man Utd had already scored six fantastic ones of their own...)
Old Trafford must seem like a really scary place to supporters of Bayern Munich and AC Milan right now.
The only good thing about Chelsea's win (though I didn't see the game, just highlights) is the chance that Liverpool or Man Utd will crush them in the semifinal or final. I don't really care too much who wins the trophy, so long as the footballing is quality and entertaining.